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Artists Supports: Julie Sharkey

Ballaghaderreen native Julie Sharkey is a theatre practitioner who has been developing a new show for young audiences with the support of Roscommon…

Artist Supports: Ronan Brady

As part of our ongoing supports to artists this year, we are delighted to support Roscommon aerial artist Ronan Brady, on a project…

Crticial Text: Running, Returning, Running

Read Visual Arts Writer in Residence Joanne Laws text in response to Paul Hallahan’s exhibition: “Running & Returning: The Pleasures of Circular Time”…

Lockdown 2020

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, Roscommon Arts Centre developed a complimeentary online programme of activities and events for the public to engage…

Cruinniu na nOg 2020

This year Ireland’s national celebration of creativity in children and young people went online and Roscommon Arts Centre rose to the challenge. On…

Critical Text: Duality Margo McNulty

Read Visual Arts Writer in Residence Sue Rainsford’s text “A Kind of Nearness” in response to Margo Mc Nulty’s exhibition here: https://roscommonartscentre.ie/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Sue_Akindofnearness_16pp_booklet_WEB.pdf

Critical Text: Susan Mannion Exhibition “Fading into Another Dusk”

Read Visual Arts Writer in Residence Joanne Law’s text in response to Susan Mannion’s exhibition: “Fading into Another Dusk: elemental alchemy” https://roscommonartscentre.ie/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/RAC_fadingintoanotherdusk_booklet_16p_WEB.pdf

Hatch 2020

Hatch 2020 “Hatch” has been developed by Roscommon Arts Centre as part of our ongoing Branar : Connect Initiative. Invitations are extended by Roscommon Arts Centre…

Workshop Space

Roscommon Arts Centre is delighted to launch its new purpose built Workshop Space which is now available to rent to the public. The…

A Line in Space by Sue Rainsford

Our third publication in the Writer in Residence series is titled ‘A Line in Space’ by Sue Rainsford. Taking RVAF award winner Siobhan…
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